From Israel to India and Indonesia, the season of divisive electoral politics will change — eventually

Negative political campaigns, filled with chauvinistic nationalism are the order of the day, but some countries have already proved that it doesn’t have to be this way

District employees carry ballot boxes through a field in Bogor, Indonesia, in preparation for general elections on April 17. Adi Weda / EPA

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